An elementary Latin dictionary: with brief helps for Latin readers

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Oxford University Press, 1977 - Foreign Language Study - 952 pages
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With a vocabulary extended to include all words used by Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, and Tacitus, as well as those used by Terence, Caesar, Sallust, Cicero, Livy, Nepos, Virgil, Horace, Ovid, Juvenal, Phaedrus, and Curtius, this abridgement of Lewis's Latin Dictionary for Schools excludes proper names and detailed references to books and passages, and limits illustrative citations.

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User Review  - karhne - LibraryThing

The little Liddell. I prefer it to the Middle Liddell because it's easier to cram in a backpack and take to class. It covers all the ground of the Bauer New Testament Lexicon without limiting you to the authors' translational preferences. It's a no-nonsense text that works. Read full review

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User Review  - Colby_Glass - LibraryThing

Enormous lexicon. Detailed and extensive notes on each word. Many quotes included. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
39
Section 2
95
Section 3
99
Section 4
221
Section 5
287
Section 6
310
Section 7
347
Section 8
350
Section 11
389
Section 12
453
Section 13
484
Section 14
549
Section 15
678
Section 16
697
Section 17
723
Section 18
743

Section 9
359
Section 10
373
Section 19
918
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